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Neville Gallery

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Choose from 42 pictures in our Neville collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


The cabinet of Ramsay MacDonald, 1931, (1935). Creator: Unknown Featured Print

The cabinet of Ramsay MacDonald, 1931, (1935). Creator: Unknown

The cabinet of Ramsay MacDonald, 1931, (1935). British politicians in the newly formed National Government which contained members of the Conservative Party, Liberals, Liberal Nationals and National Labour, as well as individuals who belonged to no political party. Top row: Neville Chamberlain, Sir Samuel Hoare; second row: Sir Herbert Samuel and John Sankey; third row: Sir Philip Cunliffe-Lister, JH Thomas, and John Simon; bottom row: Philip Snowden, Ramsay MacDonald, and Stanley Baldwin. From "The Silver Jubilee Book - The Story of 25 Eventful Years in Pictures". [Odhams Press Ltd., London, 1935]

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National Government composed of members from the three main political parties, 1931 (1937) Featured Print

National Government composed of members from the three main political parties, 1931 (1937)

National Government composed of members from the three main political parties, 1931 (1937). An economic crisis in 1931 led to the resignation of Ramsay MacDonald's Labour government. After talks with the King and the leaders of the Conservative and Liberal parties, MacDonald agreed to lead a National Government with ministers drawn from all three parties in order to balance the budget and restore confidence in the economy. The Labour Party was firmly opposed to the National Government and expelled all its members who joined and supported it, including MacDonald. A print from The Story of Seventy Momentous Years, the Life and Times of King George V, 1865-1936, editor Harold Wheeler, Odhams Press Ltd, London, 1937

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Letter from Edward IV to Francis II, Duke of Brittany, 9th January 1471.Artist: Edward IV, King of England Featured Print

Letter from Edward IV to Francis II, Duke of Brittany, 9th January 1471.Artist: Edward IV, King of England

Letter from Edward IV to Francis II, Duke of Brittany, 9th January 1471. Letter written from St Pol, praying Francis to assist Edward in the recovery of his kingdom and to give credence on his behalf to his uncle, Jacques de Luxembourg. The letter, in a secretary's hand, with autograph signature, was written after Edward's flight from England, 3rd October 1470, on the coalition between Richard Neville, Earl of Warwick, and the Lancastrians, and during his stay at the Court of Charles, Duke of Burgundy, at St Pol. He sailed from Flushing on his return to England on 11th March 1471, and entered London on 11th April. Three days later the battle of Barnet was faught and and Warwick was defeated and slain. From the third series of Facsimiles of royal, historical, literary and other autographs in the Department of Manuscripts, British Museum: Series I-V, (London, 1899)

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